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The Supporters Club is run by the Supporters for the Supporters and as an independent body. All decisions relating to the Club are made by an elected committee or the membership as a whole by way of Annual General Meeting. If you want to get in touch then you will find contact details on the How to Join page, or you will easily find some of us for a friendly welcome behind the posts in the South Stand at home games, just ask any of the natives and they will point you in our direction.
If you have not yet registered for membership with the Supporters Club, why not? Further details can be found by clicking the Join Now! tab. Fees for the 2018/19 season are £15 for a family membership for up to 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 18 years) living at the same address or £10 for an adult member. Membership runs from the 1st August to the 31st July.
Monday 11th February 2019. Tamara, who captained England in the 2015 Women’s Six Nations Championship and was the Rugby Players Association Player of the Year in 2017, gave us a highly entertaining, unstructured, and fascinating talk, supposedly about women’s rugby in England, but in the end, about so much more.
It is pretty rare to meet somebody who plays at the absolute top level of a sport, but is as comfortable talking about grass-roots, juniors, and everything in-between. Tamara is passionate about rugby, and passionate about getting people involved in the sport, and her love for the game is truly infectious. It was an evening not to be missed, so if you missed it, Tamara has promised to come back to Kingston Park after she has toddled up to the top of Mount Everest, on the way taking part in a world record attempt to play the highest altitude game of rugby ever played. Taking on that sort of challenge pretty much sums up Tamara Taylor, so if you get another chance to hear what she has to say, don’t miss it. A big thank you to Tamara for taking time to entertain us so well.
Saturday 9th March 2019